Step On provides a foundation knowledge in understanding and responding to behaviour within educational establishments and other settings. The course explores a therapeutic approach to developing and promoting positive behaviours and a model for understanding and responding to pro social and anti social behaviours.
In addition, the course will explore law and guidance relevant to physical intervention within settings and provide advice on the safe and effective use of everyday physical interventions.
This training is primarily aimed at new staff joining services committed to the Norfolk Steps approach.
- To promote a therapeutic understanding of behaviour
- To develop skills in communication, diversion and de escalation strategies
- To develop a consistent approach to everyday physical interventions
- To become familiar with risk management documentation
- To understand law and guidance in the area of physical intervention
- To introduce skills for working with young people post incident
Maximum of 24 delegates per training session.
Lunch & refreshments are provided.